Emerging from the heart of South Carolina, Laura Jones and Tim Trammell form a dynamic indie duo that has weathered the storms since their inception in 2012. Their latest release, “Forget You,” is a testament to their unwavering commitment to creating music, even amidst changing circumstances. The track resonates with universal themes, and the impeccable production quality by Britt Barker at The Orange Room adds a layer of finesse. Laura, the vocal powerhouse of the duo, also commands the guitar and keys, while Tim lends his rhythmic expertise on percussion. Their musical journey began in a quaint coffee shop, where a chance encounter led to a partnership that has stood the test of time.
Influenced by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Damien Rice, Patty Griffin, and Tame Impala, Laura and Tim craft a sound that defies easy classification. Their genre-blending approach is a testament to their dedication to creating music that transcends boundaries. Having garnered attention for their modern folk and Americana-infused sound, the duo is set to grace the “Southern Songwriter Festival” in Summerville, SC, this September. The release of “Forget You” marks a pivotal moment for Laura Jones and Tim Trammell, with producer Britt Barker steering their music in a promising new direction.
At its core, “Forget You” is an anthem of moving forward in the realm of modern dating, recognizing red flags, and embracing the journey of self-discovery. Laura Jones encapsulates the ethos of their musical endeavor, believing in the transformative power of music to heal and uplift.
Laura Jones and Tim Trammell’s musical odyssey is one of resilience, growth, and unwavering passion, and “Forget You” is a testament to their enduring commitment to their craft. Their genre-defying sound is poised to captivate audiences and leave an indelible mark on the indie music scene.